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Which Crypto Projects Had the Most Active Developers in the Past Year?
What sort of metrics can you use when you are trying to determine the health of a crypto project?
Perhaps one of the most intuitive yardsticks – particularly in a bear market – is developer activity.
So let us take a look at the major crypto projects that have shown the highest amount of developer activity in past 12 months – and examine just how important this metric really is for smart investors and what drawbacks it has.

Binance Set to Launch NEO/USDT Futures With Up to 50x Leverage

These Are The Advantages And Disadvantages Of The 10 Most Popular Cryptocurrencies

Blockchain Platform and Exchange Want ‘Open Financial World’
An open-source blockchain platform has deepened its partnership with a decentralized cryptocurrency exchange operating on its network.
Neo, a blockchain platform with an international community and a part of the Neo Foundation, says it has been amplifying its support for high-potential developers and participants through its EcoBoost program — and Switcheo, an exchange that leverages atomic swaps to link multiple blockchains, is the latest to benefit.

BitPay brings cryptocurrency payments to POS terminals via Poynt partnership
Poynt OS is an open operating system that can power any smart payment terminal worldwide, create a new app economy for merchants and allow developers to write once and distribute everywhere.

Craig Wright’s $100B Theft Claim – BTC and BCH Used His Database Without Permission
The infamous Craig Wright, the Australian native who claims to be Satoshi Nakamoto, has published a blog post that explains he owns “the full rights to the Bitcoin registry” and developers do not have the right to change the protocol’s underlying database. Wright’s recent blog post makes it seem like “legal redress” is coming to a few specific blockchain projects in 2020. Moreover, a photograph from a Slack channel shows Wright claiming that BTC and BCH broke contractual rights and they “are in effect, a theft of $100 billion plus USD.”

read moreWhich Crypto Projects Had the Most Active Developers in the Past Year?
What sort of metrics can you use when you are trying to determine the health of a crypto project?
Perhaps one of the most intuitive yardsticks – particularly in a bear market – is developer activity.
So let us take a look at the major crypto projects that have shown the highest amount of developer activity in past 12 months – and examine just how important this metric really is for smart investors and what drawbacks it has.

Binance Set to Launch NEO/USDT Futures With Up to 50x Leverage

These Are The Advantages And Disadvantages Of The 10 Most Popular Cryptocurrencies

Blockchain Platform and Exchange Want ‘Open Financial World’
An open-source blockchain platform has deepened its partnership with a decentralized cryptocurrency exchange operating on its network.
Neo, a blockchain platform with an international community and a part of the Neo Foundation, says it has been amplifying its support for high-potential developers and participants through its EcoBoost program — and Switcheo, an exchange that leverages atomic swaps to link multiple blockchains, is the latest to benefit.

BitPay brings cryptocurrency payments to POS terminals via Poynt partnership
Poynt OS is an open operating system that can power any smart payment terminal worldwide, create a new app economy for merchants and allow developers to write once and distribute everywhere.

Craig Wright’s $100B Theft Claim – BTC and BCH Used His Database Without Permission
The infamous Craig Wright, the Australian native who claims to be Satoshi Nakamoto, has published a blog post that explains he owns “the full rights to the Bitcoin registry” and developers do not have the right to change the protocol’s underlying database. Wright’s recent blog post makes it seem like “legal redress” is coming to a few specific blockchain projects in 2020. Moreover, a photograph from a Slack channel shows Wright claiming that BTC and BCH broke contractual rights and they “are in effect, a theft of $100 billion plus USD.”

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